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Morning Glory — The Global Invasive Weed

Prepare for Spring — Learn to Recognize Morning Glory as it Sprouts.

L. Prang & Co., Publisher, and Julia Mcentee Dillon. Wild morning glories and clematis / after Julia Dillon. [Boston, Mass.: Reproduced and published by L. Prang & Co., Boston, Mass] Photograph. Retrieved from the Library of Congress, <www.loc.gov/item/2016652328/>.

Some say the cochroach is nearly impossible to kill, but likely they have never spoken to a gardener. The true award of undying obviously goes to the Bindweed, or Morning Glory, which is a climbing vine that lives in the soil for decades until it is resurrected under the right conditions. Every single root fragment that is…

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